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... about the history and culture and fell in love with Prague. Apparently, the Czechs love throwing each other out of windows as means of execution (look up defenestration online, I’m sure it explains). The central square, the astronomical clock, and the river are incredible. We went all over the old town and into the Jewish Quarter to see the amazing Spanish-style synagogues which resemble mosques. Baroque churches seemed to appear at the end of every street.
After travelling from Perth to Prague in a marathon journey
(Perth to Bali, Bali to Singapore, Singapore to London, London to Prague) we
finally arrived at our hostel. After a quick, much needed shower, we took the
tram into the old town, saw the clock tower and ate lunch at ...
Yesterday I had the day off, and it was quite the dramatic morning.
- Magda had to get ready for school, she was going to see the new Disney movie with her class in 3D and FREAKED out. I literally had to push her out the front door and shut it on the poor girl who was sobbing on the door step begging not to go because she was so scared... Of course when she came home she apologized because she absolutely loved ...
... all this here to eventually showcase the "exotic museum of an extinct race". The other is the Jewish Cemetery - the cities only Cemetery for the community. It apparently has most crowded with more than 20k graves. Then we crossed the astronomical clock tower towards the Wenceslas Square and the National Museum. Its a straight bustling road with hive of activity. We then walked back towards the old town and since it was ...
... and watched some films about the veterinary profession in the Czech Republic. There was even a real dog in the ceremony; when he walked across the stage almost every single person took out their smart phone and started taking pictures of him. Leave it to a bunch of veterinarians to find the dog the most picture-worthy part of the two-hour long ceremony!
I would not be surprised if there was someone from every country on earth in attendance at ...